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the break. maryland looking for an incredible rally against virginia. we are growing their next in sports. >> is powerball, america's favorite jackpot game. estimated jackpot is $103.5 million. tonight you are multiplier is the no. 4. 15-59-52-10-31. your powerball tonight is the no. 4. no. 4. >> it is not today to cash in on the opportunity that today is international pillow fight day. in paris, the feathers were flying as dozens of fighters converged for a 15 minute by. a similar scene played out in brussels. earlier in the newscast, we showed you some of the more traditional easter celebrations both here and around the world. this is definitely not one of them. the royal easter show in sydney australia, organizers showcase -- ducks and dressed up in a homemade alcohol, that you are not seeing. -- homemade outfits. happy easter, everyone. >> the butler bulldogs never before past the sweet 16. that will play for a national championship. we can tell you all about it. moeller knocked of michigan state and one tonight, 52-50 -- but were knocked off of michigan state tonight. they celebrated
and friends paid pulp -- final respects for those lost in that west virginia coal mining disaster. >> there is a reign of to the northwest. the forecast is coming up. the winds are, and the winds have dropped >> awarding tonight for facebook users. a new version of an old virus is making the rounds of the popular social networking website. it is being spread by a bogus message from a person claiming to be a friend, one to show you some sort of erotic video. it will send copies of the e- mail to your friends. the 2010 census deadline is a little more than a week away, but today some city residents received a knock on their door from of the motor face, baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings-blake. she went door to door, urging residents to mail back their a census form. it is part of a campaign designed to increase the city's mail in rate. >> we are going until april 19. that is the deadline, and we want to make sure every single neighborhood is counted. we are making sure everyone is involved in this final push. >> for more on the 2010 census and to see the mellon rate for your neighbo
after an explosion at a west virginia coal mine. >> the blast happened at the upper big branch mine, 30 miles south of charleston. >> an intensive rescue operation is underway tonight at the energy companies up for a big branch, in west virginia -- in a coal mine. it killed seven, but 19 are feared trapped. >> it is my dad. no one will tell us nothing. >> officials have not released a potential cause, but says the mine is equipped with enough oxygen and chambers to keep the miners alive for four days. this is the use -- worst mining accidents since 2007 in utah, that killed 6. 12 miners died and a mine in west virginia a year earlier. it says it will not release the names of the missing or killed minors until all of their family members have been notified. >> we have continuing coverage of the deadly explosion at the mine in west virginia and on our web site, wbaltv.com. >> a couple of big showdown deferred tiger woods -- for tiger woods. >> it is all part of this come back at the masters this week. jeff has the latest from augusta. >> tiger woods says he expects to be nervous when
drilling off the coast of virginia, fouth -- south to florida and parts of maryland. some leases are also approved in alaska. his plan, he says, will harness energy while protecting the nation's natural resources. >> in this announcement it's part of a broader strategy that will move us from an economy that runs on fossil fuels and foreign oil to one that relies more on home-grown fuels and clean energy. >> the chesapeake bay foundation warns -- caution that off shore drilling could have catastrophic controversy -- consequences, especially since one site sits near ocean city. >> environmentalists feel betrayed because president obama opposed off shore drilling when he ran for the white house. president president could win over key republican votes with this decision. >> the health of the chesapeake bay is a national priority according to an executive order issued by president barack obama last year. but now the president's approval of off shore oil drilling is causing environmentalists to question that commitment. >> i don't think it's a risk worth taking. i'd like to see wind energy deve
virginia. the company is already one of d.c.'s largest employer with more than 21,000 workers. maryland, d.c. and virginia has been vying to make a home for that company. >> you should soon see more selection the next time you check out of those red box movie rental key can i oskses. >> ford recall. which models still ahead. >> it was a deserving guilty verdict. >> and before he steps away from the state prosecutor's office, robert rohrbaugh talks about the trial he will perhaps be most remembered for, that of mayor sheila dixon. >> a restaurant had a guest dinner tonight. why this event is particularly timely. >> the rain continues to fall in areas tonight, and we will track those showers on doppler. plus the insta-weather plus seven-day forecast which shows a drying trend and a warm up. right now, temperatures in the 50's, the winds calm and the >> well, immigration continues to be the talk of the town in our nation's capital. a fundraiser was held for the immigration outreach center. they have helped about 5,000 immigrant families adjust to their new culture over the past decade. >> we
virginia. >> what the government is doing with a middle eastern diplomat who caused a scare. >> most upstanding citizens. >> the cold front will really dropped the temperatures over the next couple of days. some showers in the area right now. so send us your answers today. and mail back the census. because they're the first step toward a happier, healthier community. fill it out and mail it back today. toward20 census., healthier community. >> the middle eastern diplomat who set off a national terrorism scare will not be criminally charged. air marshal's restrained him after he apparently tried to hein the airplane bathroom. enforcement agents said he joked about setting his shoes on fire. authorities say they do not think he was trying to hurt anybody. >> a late breaking update from west virginia. it will be a bit longer before crews can enter the mind. four people are still missing. federal officials said more air testing is needed before rescue teams will be allowed to enter the mind for the search. there within 500 feet of an air tight chamber where minors are thought to have sou
in thailand alone. president obama is expressing his deepest condolences to the family of the 25 west virginia coal miners killed in the worst u.s. coal mine disaster in decades. the blast happened yesterday afternoon at the upper big branch mine about 30 miles south of charleston. it is raising new concerns about safety and whether fedor -- federal inspectors failed to do their jobs. >> as the sun set over the mine, the first holes were being drilled down into the chamber where four men might still be alive. it is a tricky job. >> it is sitting on top of the mountie -- it is not as a blessing on top of a mountain and penetrating where you want to -- as sitting on top of the mountain and penetrating where you want to hit. >> could they still be alive? nobody knows. yesterday's mess the explosion was powerful. the upper big branch mine has been cited 124 times for ventilation, does, and methane gas problems. -- the dust and methane gas problems. local residents are in agony. >> you cannot imagine him as you have someone in there. >> we are all family. it is like brothers and sisters. >> and ton
to pass thrute carolinas and parts of virginia . a little rain may get through to the north. further east in europe, the volcano continues to push ash into the atmosphere. the jet stream has been traveling north. we'll sink further south. eventually, this storm will move out of spain and france out of europe clearing the atmosphere. things might be improving. tomorrow could be questionable, especially for thrite that's would have the potential to run into this stuff. back home here, temperature wise tonight. readings falling down into the 30's. down near freezing in some cases. the forecast puts us in the rain in baltimore and around the area. mid 30's to around p.o. 40 degrees. some patchy frost possible. very light, 2- miles an hour there are frost and freeze warnings out because of the expected cold conditions. 62-66 tomorrow. right about formal for this time of year. sunny skies. the future cast are high and dry with plenty of sun. here is that storm passing to our south. depen, maybe a shower would get this far north on wednesday. the highest rin chance coming our way. 64 tomorrow, 6
. >> there is a baby boom going on in the bay, among crabs -- they accommodated the repair crews. maryland, virginia, and the potomac river's fishery commission began enforcing policies. it included shortening the crabbing's season and only allowing male crabs to be harvested -- the crabbing season. >> the more reduction you will have. >> it does not mean the restrictions are being lifted or that prices will drop, but officials may modify restrictions in may or early june. >> at least four other people are dead, 10,000 injured from an earthquake that hit southern china this morning. they managed to save a little girl who was pinned under concrete slabs. officials say many more people still remain trapped as supplies are were rushed to the area -- as supplies are rushed to the area. there were several powerful aftershocks. and in iceland, people are being forced to flee all because of a volcano erupting. meteorologists say it erupted ice and put steam at least 5 miles in the air. they say no one is in immediate danger. >> the local company that has been publishing a jewish publication. >> about 10 mi
in the high range, but down to 816. there go the showers down into virginia. behind this disturbance, skies are starting to clear out to the north of baltimore and southern pennsylvania. with the clearing friend and light wind, goes to go to be a chilly morning. 39 in frederick. low to mid 40 owes on the eastern shore and back into the mountains. there may be a touch of frost in some areas north of baltimore. look for 30's in the suburbs, low 40's downtown at sunrise. the sun coming up tomorrow at 6:31 with a light northeast breeze. these two high pressure cells will supply lots of sunshine for tomorrow into thursday, at least mostly sunny skies on thursday. the front in the rockies won't get here until late friday. the next couple of days will feature beautiful spring weather, especially tomorrow. as the warmer air is arriving on thursday, we may see a little bit of cloud cover midday, but temperatures are going up. and then that front arrives friday afternoon, and it could trigger a shower or thunderstorm. tomorrow a beauty. mostly sunny, seasonal temperatures, winds shifting to the south
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